Japanese Study Options
This page acts as a portal for all the Japanese study options at the University of Kent. On it you will find information about current courses which are available across the University.
The Centre for English and World Languages (CEWL) provides opportunities to study Japanese.
The table below will help you to see what coursed are available and how you can find further details.
|Course||Further information/link||Departmental website||Contact email|
|Learning Japanese 1A LA304||Module Catalogue||CEWL World Language Modules||Email CEWL|
|Learning Japanese 1B LA305||Module Catalogue||CEWL World Language Modules||Email CEWL|
|Learning Japanese 2A LA504||Module Catalogue||CEWL World Language Modules||Email CEWL|
|Learning Japanese 2B LA505||Module Catalogue||CEWL World Language Modules||Email CEWL|
|Learning Japanese 3A LA506||Module Catalogue||CEWL World Language Modules||Email CEWL|
|Learning Japanese 3B LA507||Module Catalogue||CEWL World Language Modules||Email CEWL|
|Japanese for Beginners Language Express||Language Express||CEWL||Email Language Express|
|Japanese for Post-Beginners Language Express||Language Express||CEWL||Email Language Express|
Why Choose Japanese?
Whether you are intrigued by Japanese film, comic books and karaoke or have a passion for Asian Studies, learning Japanese offers the chance to understand a vibrant and exciting culture. Learning Japanese can also broaden your view on the customs that other Asian countries have in common with Japan, this might include religion, ethics, and aesthetics. An understanding of Asian cultures also gives you the chance to see the world from a very different standpoint.
Some of the biggest global businesses have their roots in Japan. They are also often renowned for innovation and efficiency. Household names like Toshiba, Honda, Sony, Mitsubishi, and Toyota have long led the way in many fields.
What should I do next?
Click on the links for the courses that you are interested in and use information on the relevant departmental homepage to help find the details you are looking for.
How do I get more information?
Please email the Centre for English and World Languages or by call us on (+44) 01227 824401. We will be delighted to help you find the course that meets your needs.